Talking dog toys

With many different dog toys out there on the shelves of our local shops & at our finger tips online it can be a tad bewildering as to which are the best for our little fuzzy, slobbery, soppy, hound friends. So here’s a quick run down of the best doggy toys on the market:


8B23AB09-EA74-4C63-B627-57BA0E8CEE501. Kong Classic
The KONG Classic has been the gold standard of dog toys for over 30 years. The super-bouncy, red natural rubber compound is perfect for dogs who simply love to chew. It’s best known for it’s durability & the ability to insert your dogs favourite treats inside to keep them entertained for hours. They come in 6 sizes & start at just £2.99 (prices differ dependant on website/store). Definitely a must have for any poochies toy box.


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Loud annoying squeeky toys are a thing of the past! Hear Doggy toys give your pet the same sensation and enjoyment of traditional loud squeaky toys without the irritating noise!

HearDoggy_KHz_GraphDogs can hear sounds at a higher frequency (0 to 45KHz) than humans (0 to 20 KHz). Tuned to an ultrasonic range in the 24-28 KHz frequency, each Hear Doggy squeaker is out of human hearing range, but still fun for your four-legged friend.

Hear Doggy have a huge collection of plush toys & flat toys (without the messy stuffing in the body!) for you and your dog to choose from.


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No longer will your canine companion be disappointed at the small distance your spaghetti arms have thrown the ball, with a ball slinger you’ll be getting double the distance for half the effort.

Larger dogs tend to go to town on the balls so it may be worth visiting your local sports shop and bagging yourself some extras just in case


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These dog treat puzzles are a great way to keep your pups entertained.

Not only do they serve as a fun interactive toy, they also encourage dogs to eek out an extra bit of brain power in order obtain the elusive treats.

It’s important to remember that it’s not just physical exercise that counts, interactive toys like this are a great way to give your dog some brain training keeping their minds as nimble as their paws.